If you're squeamish, you may want to skip this one: In Peru, Extracto de rana or frog juice is a popular drink touted to cure asthma, bronchitis and .... impotence!
You go to the market stall and you pick your frogs from a tank. The vendor takes them out and bangs them against the table to kill them. Then she peels the skin off them and she fills the blender with hot white bean broth, some honey, raw aloe vera and a generous portion of maca. Then she adds your plucked frogs and she turns the blender on. And voila, a delicious warm glass of frog juice.
Ah, I see! Yeah, the electric current would certainly ruin any chances of getting untainted data and tainted data would just be bad science.
@ Alex: Our university's unmarked door on the top floor is where the human corpses are kept.
Just add some garlic & olive oil, cook in a pan, and add a little parsley at the end. Yum.
I always thought researchers would zap the frogs dead?! Since that is what we used to do in Biology class. :o
I think Panda tears don't cure it... ;)